Anthony N. Cabot, J.D.
Lewis and Roca LLP Lawyers
Has been involved in all aspects of gaming law representation. Works extensively in areas where technology impacts the gaming industry, including interactive gaming, gaming devices and associated equipment; works in areas of licensing, issues before local and state regulatory authorities, compliance with and interpretation of regulations and legislation for domestic and international clients.
Bob Faiss, J.D.
Chair, Gaming and Regulatory Law Department
Lionel, Sawyer & Collins
Has been involved in all aspects of gaming law representation since 1973; works primarily in areas of licensing, taxation, adoption and interpretation of regulations and legislation, and federal issues, such as cash transaction reporting and the move to abolish wagering at Nevada sports books on collegiate sports contests
Joseph Kelly, J.D.
Business SUNY College, Buffalo
Legal aspects of Native American gaming, European gaming and Internet gaming
I. Nelson Rose, J.D.
Attorney and Professor of Law
Expert on gambling law; consultant to governments and industry